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The Week in Security: Your Top 6 Stories

Apple Security Updates and Spoofing and Heartbleed …oh my. These are your weeks top security stories: Aol Hit With Major Email Spoofing Hack In a blast from the past security story, Aol email users have been suffering from spoofed accounts. Spoofed emails are pesky messages, in this case containing malicious links, that had their FROM

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NSA Uses Angry Birds, Google Maps, & Other ‘Leaky’ Apps To Spy

We’re already well-informed of just how far-reaching the NSA’s data-tapping techniques are, but newly published leaks have taught us more methods to the NSA-madness. According to new documents furnished by Edward Snowden, the NSA and British-counterpart GCHQ have been tapping into commercial data troves collected by popular smartphone apps like Angry Birds and Google Maps

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Application Security News – December 9 – 15, 2013

In this week’s AppSec digest, NSA agents spy on World of Warcraft Orcs, Facebook acts like a Nosy Nancy, Gmail auto-downloads all your advertise – I mean images, and CryptoLocker copycats emerge. Get informed about the latest news in security and start your week out fresh.

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This Week In Application Security News: Nov. 25 – Dec. 1

Winner of the ‘Worst Week’ award goes to James Howells, who this week realized he threw away a hard drive with 7,500 Bitcoins worth over $7.5 million in current BTC value. Read about his million dollar fumble, the still-unfolding Vodafone breach, new NSA snooping and more in this week’s edition of The Week in AppSec.

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NSA Malware Attacks Exposed; Over 50,000 Computers Hacked

Edward Snowden, the infamous ex-NSA employee, is still creating waves with his leaked documents. The latest evidence sheds light on the NSA’s hacking capabilities and the extent of the damage done. Tailored Access Operations (TAO), a special unit with a task-force of more than a thousand hackers, orchestrated the cyber-attacks.

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